Locus magazine has celebrated its 600th issue by going digital. The ebook subscription, which costs $48/year, gives you access to EPUB (iPad), MOBI (Kindle) and PDF versions of the magazine. It looks great on an iPad, and means that subscribers outside North America can get the latest issue hot off the presses.
Issue #600 contains a long section on science fiction in the digital age, with contributions from many industry luminaries, including Neil Gaiman, Cory Doctorow and even our editor, Cheryl Morgan.
Congratulations are also due to our short fiction columnist, Karen Burnham, who has begun her tenure as editor of the Locus Roundtable blog.